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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Sat Nov 03, 2007 2:53 am

hee hee tonight was beyond perfect. Lots of chatting afterwards. Claiming his hat when i get the pic up and we talked about him doing a live commenatary and i told him that the egnts did one and now he is really considering it :D

*dances*

perfect perfect perfect...can't wait to do it again tomorrow

edit: oops oh dear! Maybe it wasn't a good idea to come online in the early hours
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Post by miss denton » Thu Sep 11, 2008 6:41 pm

2009 Tour dates:

March
01 Bristol Hippodrome, Book online or call 0870 6077 500
02 Plymouth, Pavilions, Book online or call 0845 146 1460
03 Salisbury, City Hall, Book online or call 01722 434 434
04 Brighton, Dome, Book online or call 01273 709 709
05 Brighton, Dome, Book online or call 01273 709 709
06 Bournemouth, Pavilion, Book online or call 0844 576 3000
07 Bournemouth, Pavilion, Book online or call 0844 576 3000
10 Southend, Cliffs Pavilion, Book online or call 01702 351135
11 Kings Lynn, Corn Exchange, Book online or call 01553 764 864
12 Ipswich, Regent, Book online or call 01474 433100
13 Cambridge, Corn Exchange, Book online or call 01223 357 851
14 Cambridge, Corn Exchange, Book online or call 01223 357 851
17 Aberdeen, Music Hall, Book online or call 01224 641 122
18 Inverness, Eden Court, Book online or call 01463 234 234
19 Perth, Concert Hall, Book online or call 0845 612 6322
20 Glasgow, Theatre Royal, Book online or call 0870 060 6647
21 Glasgow, Theatre Royal, Book online or call 0870 060 6647
24 Leicester, De Montford Hall, Book online or call 0116 233 3111
25 Sheffield, City Hall, Book online or call 01142 789 789
26 Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre, Book online or call 01902 429212
27 Cheltenham, Town Hall, Book online or call 01242 227979
28 Northampton, Derngate, Book online or call 01604 624 811
30 Dartford, Orchard, Book online or call 01332 22 0000
31 Basingstoke, Anvil, Book online or call 01256 844 244

April
01 St Albans, Alban Arena, Book online or call 01727 844 488
02 St Albans, Alban Arena, Book online or call 01727 844 488
03 Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre, Book online or call 01892 530 613
04 Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre, Book online or call 01892 530 613
05 Leeds, Grand Theatre, Book online or call 0870 121 9401
08 Peterborough, Broadway, Book online or call 01733 316 100
09 Croydon, Fairfield Halls, Book online or call 0208 688 9291
11 Barnstaple, Queens Theatre, Book online or call 01271 324242
14 Blackpool, Opera House, Book online or call 0844 856 1111
17 Isle Of Man, Royal Hall, Book online or call 01624 694555
19 Carlisle, Sands Centre, Book online or call 01228 625222
21 Buxton, Opera House, Book online or call 0845 127 2190
22 Blackburn, King George's Hall, Book online or call 0844 847 1664
23 Stoke, Victoria Hall, Book online or call 0870 060 6649
24 Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall, Book online or call 0115 989 55 55
28 Newcastle, City Hall, Book online or call 0191 261 2606
29 Newcastle, City Hall, Book online or call 0191 261 2606
30 Newcastle, City Hall, Book online or call 0191 261 2606

May
01 Newcastle, City Hall, Book online or call 0191 261 2606
02 Newcastle, City Hall, Book online or call 0191 261 2606
04 Dublin, Olympia, Book online or call 0818 719 330
05 Derry, Millenium Forum, Book online or call 028 7126 4455
06 Belfast, Waterfront Hall CQAF, Book online or call 028 9033 4455
07 Belfast, Waterfront Hall CQAF, Book online or call 028 9033 4455
09 York, Grand Opera House, Book online or call 0844 847 2322
10 York, Grand Opera House, Book online or call 0844 847 2322
12 Reading, Hexagon, Book online or call 0118 960 6060
13 Reading, Hexagon, Book online or call 0118 960 6060
14 Cardiff, St David's Hall, Book online or call 029 2087 8444
15 Oxford, New Theatre, Book online or call 0844 847 1585
16 Portsmouth, Guildhall, Book online or call 023 9282 4355
18 Liverpool, Empire, Book online or call 0844 847 2525
19 Grimsby, Auditorium, Book online or call 0870 060 2331
22 Manchester, Opera House, Book online or call 0161 828 1700
23 Manchester, Opera House, Book online or call 0161 828 1700
24 Birmingham, Hippodrome, Book online or call 0844 338 5000
26 Swansea, Grand Theatre, Book online or call 01792 475715
27 Derby, Assembly Rooms, Book online or call 01332 255 800

No London one :?

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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Fri Sep 12, 2008 8:42 pm

is it wrong i plan to do at least 4 dates for this including the Croydon one as its the day before my birthday :D
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Post by miss denton » Fri Sep 12, 2008 9:12 pm

It won't let me book Tunbridge Wells yet :(

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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Sat Sep 13, 2008 8:49 am

Don't believe you can book anywhere just yet
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Post by miss denton » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:53 pm

I have booked Tunbridge wells for the 4th April :P Front row!

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Post by Matt Berry Scares Me » Thu Sep 18, 2008 5:11 pm

my dad is friendly with blackpool management so hopefully he can get me a good deal

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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:25 pm

Not got round to sorting tickets out for Reading yet, eep! Don;t think my mate has got Croydon sorted either. At least i have Basingstoke so yayy :D
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Post by miss denton » Sun Apr 05, 2009 11:33 am

I went to see Noble in Tunbridge Wells last night. He was amazing :P . I had not seen him live before and he blew me away :P My seat was AA16. When he came on this guy at the front leapt up aplauding. Ross said that he looked as if he had a scalectric control connected to his bottom to make him jump up like that :lol: . A few people put stuff on the stage before he came on. He looked at each item and spoke about it. There was a half eaten packet of chocolates, a hamster finger puppet, some cough sweets and a pair of trainers. He expalianed that he spoke at the prevouis nights gig that he lost most of his shoes in the bush fires so this fan had bought him a pair. He spoke about a guy who worked at the theatre who ate glitter to see if his poo would really have glitter in it and it did! Ross asked a lady sitting behind me about her bandaged had. She said that she had a metal plate taken out of it after a accident she had while at her sons progress meeting at school. Ross showed us his scar he got when comming off his motorbike. The girl next to me made him jump when she leaned down to get something out of her bag. He said that he didn't see her there before so she must have tunneled in. He spoke about a fork and spoon could come together and be a spork. So people kept shouting spork throughout the show.

Oh and i want that huge stage dispay. That was brilliant!

Sorry to ramble on i just loved it :D

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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Sun Apr 05, 2009 4:16 pm

Yeah i saw the scar as well. I forgot he had an accent recently again. He fell off and broke his arm last time. I loved the Ross beats on the stage that was pretty cool. He probably got the cough sweets after saying the other night he had a cold. Oh yayy i'm glad you loved :D

Basingstoke was pretty awesome the other day, there was talk of not getting prorifral (sp?) vision confused with profiterole vision. He then spoke of Steve Wonder not being blind but can only see Profiteroles. Cannot wait for Croydon on Thursday :D
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Post by Emma_Tish-ue Shearsmith » Sun Apr 05, 2009 9:05 pm

Hiya. I went to see ross in dartford on monday night and he was amazing. Couldn't stop laughing all the way through. The whole night was brilliant, and as a reminder, have got the t-shirt, which i shall wear with pride.

Banky Moon. (one of the things that was mentioned all the way through the show. Am now a fan of Mr. Noble. :)

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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Mon Apr 06, 2009 4:39 pm

Emma_Tish-ue Shearsmith wrote:Hiya. I went to see ross in dartford on monday night and he was amazing. Couldn't stop laughing all the way through. The whole night was brilliant, and as a reminder, have got the t-shirt, which i shall wear with pride.

Banky Moon. (one of the things that was mentioned all the way through the show. Am now a fan of Mr. Noble. :)

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Did you get the t-shirt with his face on it? I did and currently wearing it in bed :)
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Post by miss denton » Mon Apr 06, 2009 7:29 pm

I was rushed along at the merchandise stall so only got a programme :( What are the shirts like?

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Post by Cheeky Chezzy Woo » Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:41 pm

There is a girls fit one which is plain black and you know on his black shirt he had that yellow logo? Its got that on it. The men's one which i got has all the tour dates on the back and him running like he does in the poster on the front of it. There was also a hoodie, mugs, badges (i have those from the last tour and i know what all the references are on it) as well as the dvd's and cd's
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Re: Ross Noble

Post by miss denton » Fri May 15, 2009 7:34 pm

New London Noble dates :D I'm debating on which date to go 19th September or the 26th September.
http://www.seetickets.com/see/event.asp ... derby=date

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